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Scholarship Listings

FFA Welding Contest Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to the overall winner of the District 5 Welding Contest, if attending ABAC.

Fredrick William Kinard, Jr. Scholarship

Either freshmen or upperclassmen are eligible for this scholarship, with preference to freshman.  Recipients demonstrate consistently strong academic achievement and financial need.

George D. Conger Scholarship

Students enrolled in any major program of study with a solid academic record are eligible for this scholarship.  Those with financial need will be given preference.

Hon. Zell and Shirley Miller Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to an ABAC student who is a Georgia resident and who has a record of strong academic performance in his/her prior coursework.

Hugh and Norma Erwin Perry Scholarship

Established by Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Perry in memory of his parents, this scholarship is awarded to entering freshman who have graduated from Calhoun High School (Calhoun, Georgia) to encourage these students to pursue a college degree at ABAC.

J.P. Short Scholarship for Free Enterprise

Recipients are selected by ABAC upon recommendation by the Short & Paulk Supply Company, with preference to Short & Paulk employees, then to employees’ dependents.  The scholarship is awarded to students showing academic potential and possessing a strong academic record.

James E. Zorn Memorial Scholarship

Recipients of this scholarship may be entering freshmen or rising sophomores with strong academic performance.

Jessie Lee Stephens Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize and assist deserving Tift County, Georgia youth who have exhibited qualities of determination, dedication, and leadership during their 4-H careers.  Recipients must be Tift County, Georgia 4-H members graduating from either Tift County High School or Tiftarea Academy, and are selected from recommendations of the Tift County, Georgia Extension Office.